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Finding Aid for the Nat Segaloff Papers 1958-2008
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Description
The collection consists of materials pertaining to Nat Segaloff's career as a freelance writer, producer, teacher and journalist. A highlight of this collection is the large amount of material pertaining to the Hollywood blacklist.
Background
Nat Segaloff is a freelance writer, producer, teacher and journalist whose broadcast, writing and hosting career has included positions for CBS radio, Westinghouse Television, network affiliates and independents, and U.S. field producer for the BBC. He has written special material for Edward Asner, William Baldwin, Angela Bassett, Warren Beatty, Maria Bello, Annette Bening, Toni Braxton, Jamie Lee Curtis, Dom DeLuise, Michael Douglas, Michael J. Fox, LisaGay Hamilton, Herbie Hancock, Dustin Hoffman, Anjelica Huston, Samuel L. Jackson, Natalie Maines, Esai Morales, Sarah Jessica Parker, Paula Poundstone, Alan Rosenberg, James Whitmore and numerous other celebrities and public figures. Segaloff's writing has appeared in Film comment, International documentary, Boston magazine, Written by, Boston after dark, Time out (USA), The Journal of the Producers Guild of America, The Word Guild magazine, Audio/video interiors, The Tab, Animation magazine, American movie classics magazine, Moving pictures, The Boston globe and The Christian science monitor. He has taught on the faculty of Boston University and Boston College, and worked on motion picture advertising and publicity campaigns for Paramount, Disney, Columbia, United Artists, Fox, and MGM. In addition, he has written books on personalities such as: John Huston, Arthur Penn and William Friedkin and on such topics as: the Hollywood Blacklist, employment in the television field, romantic films, etiquette, and writing for television.
Extent
84 boxes
Restrictions
Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library, Performing Arts Special Collections. Literary rights, including copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright.
Availability
COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF: Open for research. Advance notice required for access. Contact the UCLA Library Special Collections for paging information.